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  • 1. PIVOTING AN AFRICAN OPEN SOURCE PROJECT David Kobia - @dkobiaMonday, July 23, 12
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  • 7. “Citizens that were once only passive recipients of information are now contributors to the story.” - Dale Zak, Ushahidi developerMonday, July 23, 12
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  • 9. 4000+ reports and 150,000 views 3,584 reports and 500,000 viewsMonday, July 23, 12
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  • 12. FIRST LESSONSMonday, July 23, 12
  • 13. Capturing Storing Calculating Media monitoring Sourcing Geotagging Categorization Analysis Report authoring VerificationMonday, July 23, 12
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  • 15. Media monitoring Geotagging Sourcing Media monitoring Sourcing Analysis Categorization Geotagging Categorization Analysis Report authoring Report authoring Verification VerificationMonday, July 23, 12
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  • 18. NEW CHALLENGESMonday, July 23, 12
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  • 20. It’s hard to make sense of a lot of real-time information in short periods of time.Monday, July 23, 12
  • 21. “IT’S NOT INFORMATION OVERLOAD. IT’S FILTER FAILURE” - Clay ShirkyMonday, July 23, 12
  • 22. Truth is subjectiveMonday, July 23, 12
  • 23. WE WILL BUILD IT STRONGER + FASTER + BETTERMonday, July 23, 12
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  • 25. Monday, July 23, 12
  • 26. CROWDSOURCE THE FILTERMonday, July 23, 12
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  • 28. Real-time information. Processed into a river. Filtered by the crowd. Visualized & organized.Monday, July 23, 12
  • 29. Curate Media monitoring Filter Sourcing Geotagging Categorization Collaborate Analysis Annotating VerifyingMonday, July 23, 12
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  • 42. swiftly.orgMonday, July 23, 12
  • 43. LESSONSMonday, July 23, 12
  • 44. STFUP and Just Do ITMonday, July 23, 12
  • 45. use what you knowMonday, July 23, 12
  • 46. $software !== $productMonday, July 23, 12
  • 47. Simple, StupidMonday, July 23, 12
  • 48. </ it would be cool if >Monday, July 23, 12
  • 49. ‘Open’... really openMonday, July 23, 12
  • 50. Don’t just create products, solve real problemsMonday, July 23, 12
  • 51. Developers Testers Translators MappersMonday, July 23, 12
  • 52. DAVID KOBIA email david@ushahidi.com web www.ushahidi.com twitter @dkobiaMonday, July 23, 12